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33 Opera Hunks Who Need To Serenade You Right Now

Lend me a tenor (so we can get married and be in the Vows section of the Times). H/t to the opera blog Barihunks for their blessed work and many of these men.

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9. Christopher Dylan Herbert

American baritone Christopher performs mainly with his ensemble, New York Polyphony. He also writes for the Washington Post, Huffington Post, and Foreign Policy Association about the Middle East and foreign policy, putting his master's in Middle Eastern studies from Harvard University to good use.

12. Timothy McDevitt

Tim is a lyric baritone and hails from Reading, Pennsylvania. He graduated from Juilliard and recently performed in a production of Carousel with the New York Philharmonic on PBS, and even sang in a speedo at the Fire Island Opera Festival.

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18. Erwin Schrott

Erwin is a bass-baritone from Uruguay. He is in a relationship with Russian soprano Anna Netrebko and they've appeared together in Don Giovanni with the New York Metropolitan Opera. Here's the couple singing with Jonas and cute banter in the beginning.

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27. Tom Corbeil

Before he joined the chorus at San Diego Opera which started his singing career, Tom finished a bachelor's in statistics at University of California, Davis and a master's degree in Old Testament studies at Regent College in Vancouver. He also worked for three years for the U.S. Navy as a data analyst.

32. John Brandon

John is a baritone from Ooltewah, Tennessee, and has performed in both operatic roles — Morales in Carmen with the North Carolina Opera — and musical theater roles, like Gaylord Ravenal in Showboat with the Naples Opera. Listen to him here.

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